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Ryan Feeley
Coming soon to Firefox. We’ll let you know when you go to type your password into an insecure (HTTP) page or form.
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Gilles François 💾⚽ Nov 23
"Could be" ?! This wording is a bit scary. It can be compromised on https too, with a simple keylogger
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Gilles François 💾⚽ Nov 23
"You could be abducted by some aliens. Be carefull"
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April King 🌀 Nov 23
Replying to @ryanfeeley @lgarron
All I see is ryangeeley@femail.com. <_<
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Mike Conley Nov 23
Contrast might need adjusting.
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Wireghoul Nov 23
Replying to @ryanfeeley @0x7eff
any plans to extends to credit cards?
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Eric Lawrence Nov 23
Replying to @ryanfeeley
Got a target version yet?
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Rebecca Murphey Nov 23
Replying to @ryanfeeley
love the idea but for average user, what do “insecure” and “compromised” mean? suggest plainer language.
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Maxime Guerreiro Nov 23
Don't you steal accounts?
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Ryan Feeley Nov 23
Replying to @rmurphey
Though users act differently during tests with passwords, we're going to test the language with them and once it's in Nightly.
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é́́́́́́́́́r͎͎͎͎͎͎ic Nov 23
Replying to @ryanfeeley
HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT MY PASSWORD IS
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Matt Holt Nov 23
Replying to @ryanfeeley
Does this show for HTTP form actions or just the page being HTTP?
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Răs Nov 23
... duh
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Răs Nov 23
I think this is mainly for the kind of people who don't even know what https is
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Iñaki Baz Castillo Nov 23
Replying to @faehnrich @ryanfeeley
any browser knowns when you are in a type="password" input...
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🐐✊🏽🌞💾🎙🖖🏽🐔 Nov 23
Replying to @ryanfeeley @mikeal
Can't help feeling "compromised" is too tech audience oriented. Everyone knows "hacked."
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Brendan Falkowski Nov 23
Replying to @mholt6 @ryanfeeley
Curious about this too. Is the input secure if the endpoint is but the form page is not?
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Ryan Feeley Nov 23
Replying to @mileselam @mikeal
Though users act oddly during tests with passwords, we're going to test the language with them and once it's in Nightly.
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Ryan Feeley Nov 23
Replying to @mholt6
IIRC any HTTP involvement
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Matt Holt Nov 23
Replying to @ryanfeeley
Awesome 👍
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